Module Title VIBRATION AND DYNAMICS

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Module Title VIBRATION AND DYNAMICS
Module Code 5ME518 Pre-requisite
(where
appropriate)
Applied
Scientific
Methods or
Equivalent
Date of Approval March 2012
Module Level 5
Credit value 20
Total Number of
Learning Hours
200
Key Words
(10 words
maximum)
Vibrations, Dynamics, Damped system, Frequency,
Multibody
Module Delivery
Online/Distance Blended/Face to
face
Work-based
learning
Mode (Please tick
as appropriate)

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Module
Description
(200 words max)
Mechanical systems in motion present a range of engineering
problems associated with movement. Individual components
may have undesirable dynamic characteristics - i.e. vibration.
Mechanisms - systems of components can have complex
motion and the control of these systems by means of feedback
can lead to instability.
Module Learning
Outcomes
On successful completion of the module, students will be able
to:
1. Show in depth understanding and ability to evaluate the
Kinematics and Dynamics in the component
2. Show in depth understanding and ability to evaluate the
Vibration
3. Critically evaluate the theory of Kinematics, Dynamics and
Vibration

Module Content
Kinematics
Particles, rigid bodies, kinetics of particles, kinetics of rigid
bodies and balancing machines
Dynamics of Linear and Vibration
Vibration: Nature and significance of vibration in machines,
Advanced Torsional vibrations, degree of freedom Frequency
and Laplace Domains. Damped Discrete Vibrating Systems.
Free Vibration of Conservative Systems. Free Vibration of
Damped Systems. Free Vibration of Undamped systems.

Balancing. Vibration of Beams. General Continuous Linear
Systems. Discretisation of Continuous Systems. The Finite
Element Method. Dynamics of Multibody Systems. Vibrating
Systems in a Moving Reference Frame, Reciprocating
Machine Balance

Frequency Analysis Software
The introduction of the computer modelling on the frequency
analysis
Module Learning
and Teaching
Methods
Learning & Teaching Methods (as defined in the QAA
indicative list  See Guidance Notes):

The teaching and learning strategy will be based on lecture
and demonstration work, with tutorial work to help develop an
understanding of Dynamics and Vibration behaviour. Use will
be made of models, diagrams and simple experiments. Real
construction scenarios will be drawn on to provide the
frequency occurs on the components being investigated. The
practical application of analysis will be emphasised, and how it
relates to design and mechanical engineering industries.

Lectures 24 hours
Group Tutorial (Classroom and PC based) 24 hours
Guided Independent Study 152 hours
Total 200 hours

Activity Type Percentage

Category
Scheduled learning and
teaching activities
24% 1
Guided independent study 76% 2
Placement/study abroad 0% 3
Total 100%


Module
Assessment

Method
Formative Assessment (0%):
A number of activities will be identified and used as a form of
evaluating the level of students learning and thereby provide
formative feedback to individual students on areas of
weakness as well as strength. These activities will be based on
the indicative content and will take place within set time.

Summative Assessment (100%):
CW: 60% Weighting: Learning outcomes 1 and 2 to be
assessed
Students will be expected to produce a report of approx
2500 words based on an illustrated case study.


EX: 40% Weighting: Learning outcomes 3 to be assessed.
Students will be expected to take an examination,
lasting for 2.5 hrs, covering of Kinematics, Dynamics
and Vibration.

Reading list
· Wahab, M. A., (2008), Dynamics and Vibration: An
Introduction, John Wiley& Son.
· Fahy, F., (1998), Fundamental of noise and vibration, E
& FN Spon
· Findeisen, D., (2010), System dynamics and
mechanical vibrations: An introduction, Springer
· Journal of Vibration and Sound
· Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurement, and
Control
· Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers,
Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science
· Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers,
Part K: Journal of Multi-body Dynamics